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The virtual reality thriller The Lawnmower Man looks a little dated nowadays, but its colorful special effects and the presence of a pre-Bond Pierce Brosnan should ensure a cult following for some time to come. This is a good DVD edition of the film, albeit one that still leaves room for improvement. The use of vivid color in the movie looks very impressive in anamorphic, and the Dolby Digital 5.1 audio track reveals the film's soundtrack to have a surprising amount of depth and detail. In strict audio-visual ...
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The virtual reality thriller The Lawnmower Man looks a little dated nowadays, but its colorful special effects and the presence of a pre-Bond Pierce Brosnan should ensure a cult following for some time to come. This is a good DVD edition of the film, albeit one that still leaves room for improvement. The use of vivid color in the movie looks very impressive in anamorphic, and the Dolby Digital 5.1 audio track reveals the film's soundtrack to have a surprising amount of depth and detail. In strict audio-visual terms, this disc cannot be faulted. There are plenty of extra features on this DVD, although they probably look more impressive on the box than they do when they're accessed. There are all the basic features one would expect, such as the theatrical trailer, production notes, and cast filmographies. The interviews with the stars total about five minutes and aren't very interesting, but the storyboard comparison with the virtual reality scenes is well-presented and a worthwhile feature. There is a montage of the animated sequences that is truly spectacular, even if it is set to music that eventually irritates. The feature commentary by director Brett Leonard and producer Gimel Everett is one of the most enthusiastic viewers will ever hear; in fact, viewers' enjoyment of it may well depend upon whether or not they love the film as much as Leonard and Everett (though trouble is taken to explain a little of the science behind virtual reality). The 12 deleted scenes are of high quality (they include the "Cyberman" escaped chimp subplot), but anyone who has seen the director's cut of The Lawnmower Man will have seen all of these scenes before. In fact, it is annoying that the deleted scenes are not integrated into the film itself, since they lose much of their impact in separate form. Fans of The Lawnmower Man should probably find this DVD satisfactory, although one suspects that it could have been even better.
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Special Features

Commentary by director Brett Leonard; Production featurette; Computer animation featurette; Deleted scenes; Storyboard comparison; Cast notes
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/17/1997
  • UPC: 794043409226
  • Original Release: 1992
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  • Source: New Line Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:48:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeff Fahey Jobe Smith
Pierce Brosnan Dr. Lawrence Angelo
Jenny Wright Marnie Burke
Geoffrey Lewis Terry McKeen
Mark Bringelson Sebastian Timms
Jeremy Slate Father McKeen
Dean Norris Director
Craig Benton White Coat
Duane Byrne Letchworth Buddy
Colleen Coffey Caroline Angelo
Frank Collison Night Gate Guard
Sally Dennison
Mara Duronslet Young Woman Clerk
Troy Evans Lt. Goodwin
Randall Fontana Hotel Waiter
Steffan Gregory Foster Letchworth
Michael Gregory Security Chief
Joe Hart Patrolman Cooley
Craig Hosking Helicopter Pilot
Doug Hutchison Security Technician
Jim Landis Ed Walts
John Laughlin Jake Simpson
Ray Lykins Harold Parkette
Rosalee Mayeux Carla Parkette
Austin O'Brien Peter Parkette
Denney Pierce Skinhead Guard
Dale Raoul Dolly
Roger Rook Older Guard
Patrick Rush
Daniel Silver 1st Boy
Joey Simrin 2nd Boy
Jonathan Smart Assistant
Michael Valverde Day Gate Guard
Technical Credits
Brett Leonard Director, Screenwriter
Alan E. Baumgarten Editor
Dan Bradley Stunts
Russell Carpenter Cinematographer
Frank Ceglia Special Effects
Sally Dennison Casting
Gimel Everett Producer, Screenwriter
Russell Fager Musical Direction/Supervision
Mary Jane Fort Costumes/Costume Designer
Magical Media Industries Special Effects
Steve Lane Executive Producer
Alex McDowell Production Designer
Peter A. McRae Associate Producer
Robert Pringle Executive Producer
Patrick Rush Casting
Edward Simons Executive Producer
Masao Takiyama Associate Producer
Clive Turner Executive Producer
Dan Wyman Score Composer
Stephen King Source Author
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- The Lawnmower Man: Widescreen
0. Jump to a Scene
1. Main Title [2:24]
2. Escape From Project 5 [2:14]
3. "Virtual Reality Holds the Key" [4:11]
4. Falling, Flying [12:40]
5. Enter Jobe [3:04]
6. "It's Gonna Hit Me" [5:51]
7. "The Next Level" [4:06]
8. "You Certainly Have Changed" [6:30]
9. Glass of Lemonade [3:04]
10. "Are You Alright?" [2:54]
11. "I Touched God" [3:59]
12. Cyber Sex [4:39]
13. "The Treatments Have to Continue" [6:43]
14. "Come With Me" [3:53]
15. "Judgment Day Is Here" [2:18]
16. "In Your Head" [7:30]
17. Cyber Christ [6:15]
18. Flight of the Bumble Bee [6:52]
19. Access Denied [4:28]
20. "I Am God Here" [2:08]
21. A Final Game [1:15]
22. Access Granted [3:32]
23. Jobe's Birth Cry [1:33]
24. End Credits [5:44]
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Side #1 -- The Lawnmower Man: Widescreen
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      Theatrical Trailer
      Computer Animation
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      The Cast
         Pierce Brosnan
            Detonator 2: Night Watch
               Jump to My Scene in Detonator II
            Detonator
               Jump to My Scene in Detonator
            Live Wire
               Jump to My Scene in Live Wire
         Jeff Fahey
      Storyboard Comparison
      Deleted Scenes
   New Line Home Video
Side #2 -- The Lawnmower Man: Special Features
   Special Features
      Theatrical Trailer
      Computer Animation
      Director's Commentary by Brett Leonard
      On the Set
      The Cast
      Storyboard Comparison
      Deleted Scenes
         Cyberman Sequence
         One of Those Days
         Coffee Shop Confrontation
         Angelo's Phone Call
         Jobe's First Seizure
         The Quantum Mechanics Book
         Angelo's Goal
         A History Lesson
         Sneaking Up on Jobe
         Extended Limousine Sequence
         The Stepford Wife
         Death of Caroline
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  • Anonymous

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    It has been awhile since I have seen it, but I remember loving this movie. The slow and slightly retarded Jobe gets downright scary after he starts advancing his own changes and threatening the very doctor who was there to help him. I guess it is a bit similar to a Frankenstein monster, where the experiment turns on the scientist. At the time of release, the special effects were a blast in virtual reality. The virtual version of Jobe is rather scary and his desperation to escape entrapment is rather intense. Give it a rental at least.

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